Rooster


Rooster

Rooster, est le label d'une compagnie de disque indépendante américaine.

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  • Rooster — Roost er, n. The male of the domestic fowl; a cock. [U.S.] [1913 Webster] Nor, when they [the Skinners and Cow Boys] wrung the neck of a rooster, did they trouble their heads whether he crowed for Congress or King George. W. Irving. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • rooster — 1772, agent noun from ROOST (Cf. roost) (earlier roost cock, c.1600), in sense of the roosting bird, favored in the U.S. originally as a puritan alternative to COCK (Cf. cock) (and compare ROACH (Cf. roach)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • rooster — ► NOUN chiefly N. Amer. ▪ a male domestic fowl …   English terms dictionary

  • rooster — [ro͞os′tər] n. [ ROOST + ER] the adult male of the chicken and other, similar birds …   English World dictionary

  • Rooster — Cockadoodledoo and Cocka doodle doo redirect here. For the nursery rhyme, see Cock a doodle doo. For other uses, see Rooster (disambiguation). A rooster, showing wattles, earlobes and comb …   Wikipedia

  • Rooster — Эпизод мультсериала Поллитровая мышь Rooster …   Википедия

  • rooster — n. (esp. AE) a rooster cock a doodle doos, crows, goes cock a doodle doo (BE has cock) * * * [ ruːstə] crows goes cock a doodle doo (BE has cock) (esp. AE) a rooster cock a doodle doos …   Combinatory dictionary

  • rooster — UK [ˈruːstə(r)] / US [ˈrustər] noun [countable] Word forms rooster : singular rooster plural roosters mainly American a male chicken. The usual British word is cock …   English dictionary

  • rooster — [“rusta* ] n. the posterior; one’s butt end. (Old. Because one roosts on it.) □ Don’t just sit there on your rooster. Get to work. □ I fell down smack on my rooster …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • rooster —    This is a mainly American term for a cock, one that has sometimes been applied to a man who is cocky, or vain.    The occasional instances of vocative use that come to light, however, appear to be reasonably flattering. In George Meredith’s… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address